Surf the web as it was with Wayback Machine!

Have you ever wondered what a particular website looked like way back in the past? Wayback Machine is a website that allows you to see what a particular website looked like in the past. It’s basically a digital time capsule which archives websites over time. You simply type the URL of the website you’re interested in and then seconds later you will get a time line which you can use to see the website as it was at different times in the past.

Wayback Machine contains over 10 billion websites and goes back as far as 1996. It’s a pretty cool concept and very interesting to see what websites used to look like in the past. They have definitely come a long way, especially in the past few years. Here’s a look at what Apple used to look like. They weren’t always as polished as they are now.

Apple Website back in 1997

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Apple Website back in 1998

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Apple Website back in 2001

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Apple Website back in 2007

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Apple Website in 2010

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Adham Dannaway

Web Designer and Front End Developer with a passion for web design, coding, blogging, WordPress and chewing gum. Check out my web design portfolio and follow me on Twitter and Facebook!

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    1. Sean Brady on December 7, 2010

      I found this article to be a very interesting find! Thank you for sharing with us!

    2. Idil on January 13, 2011

      Very useful site! I wonder if it’ll have my first site I created back in 2001 with all the stolen images and glitter!! I hope not!

    3. Cre8ive Commando on January 15, 2011

      @Idil – I’d be interested to see your first site with its glitter images! LOL 😉

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